Month: April 2016

Tuesday Chatter Weekly

I decided to take it easy today and enjoy the gorgeous weather. This is truly a lovely time of the year in Georgia. We find the evenings perfect for sitting on the back porch, sipping coffee or our favorite libation. Soon the fireflies will be lighting up our view as they glow and dance in…

Shadows

  Reflecting on Shadows   Photo of a plant stand on our back porch. I found the shadows fascinating. I altered the photo applying Daguerreotype Plumbe effect. dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/abstract/ Eugenia    

It’s Difficult

“We have a presidential election coming up.  And I think the big problem, of course, is someone will win.” Barry Crimmins It’s difficult to choose who will win and who will lose It’s difficult to say who is able to pave the way It’s difficult to see who’s best for you and me It’s difficult…

Tuesday Chatter Weekly

Welcome to, Tuesday Chatter, a place where there’s never a dull moment! You can brew what you spew and spew what you brew! A friendly place for thought-provoking chatter and a meeting of minds. We can laugh together and cry together; learn from each other and share with one another. I love the world of…

beBee and Me

I was sipping coffee when I wrote this little diddy. Perhaps a little giddy? Nope, not me!  It’s simple to see, I was just being me. beBee and me We were meant to be I can cruise with ease And mingle with bees If I want to jive I find a hive I don’t feel…

Get Out of First Gear

“Life is like a ten-speed bicycle.  Most of us have gears we never use.” Charles M. Schulz Seems in life it is essential, to gear our mind to full potential. Please lend an ear, this you may want to hear. There is no boasting if you’re only coasting. Results may be adverse if you’re forever…

Tuesday Chatter Weekly

  Tidbits of news, perhaps not your views. Who’s in the news?  Who would you choose? Not the tooth fairy? Well, opinions vary. Ain’t that the truth, my dear! Perhaps its fear, or lack of it. I feel we’re above it. But isn’t pitiful, we’re not more dutiful? What does it take, a good person…

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